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USCS Saturday @Toccoa Raceway cancelled due to weather

Due to impending cold weather with temperatures predicted as low as 24 degrees. ..the USCS Toccoa Tangle Saturday nite races have been cancelled. Congratulations to Friday nights winners. Refunds for those who purchased two-day tickets to the event will be available on Monday.

Danny Martin returns to USCS presented by K&N victory lane at Toccoa Raceway
USCSMartinvlane3.27.15.jpgMarch 27, 2015 - Toccoa, Ga. – The era where Sarasota, Fla. Hot-shoe Danny Martin Jr. could win five or more United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N feature races in a row has long since passed, but the talented driver proved on Friday night at Toccoa Raceway that he still knows how to go and win with the best.

Martin seized the lead from K&N Filters polesitter Greg Smyre on the opening lap of Friday’s 20-lap Toccoa Tangle preliminary A-main and went on to wire the field for his 21st career trip to thr USCS Victory Lane and first since September of 2010 – despite being involved in a field-altering melee on lap 12 that took out nearly half the starting grid in turn three. The incident began when Danny Smith spun racing for second with Robbie Stillwaggon, and the track bottlenecked so quickly that drivers did not have time to react and ultimately were swept up in the aftermath.
PA's Jim Young wins USCS 600s at Toccoa
USCS600Young3.27.15.jpgMarch 27, 2015 - TOCCOA, Ga. – After being noncommittal about returning south for any USCS 600 Sprint Car Series events in 2015 after winning last year’s season finale, Johnstown, Pa. veteran Jim Young made a resounding statement on Friday night at Toccoa Raceway.
Young took the lead on lap three of the 20-lap Toccoa Tangle preliminary A-main and then held off a spirited charge from Robby Hoffmann to notch his fourth-career and second-straight USCS mini-sprint victory in dominant fashion.

“I just (had to keep) hitting my marks,” Young said in USCS Victory Lane. “I was counting the laps down – I kept thinking, ‘It’s better than being at home. It’s snowing at home.’ It might be a little cold here, but it’s good.”
USCS by K&N Sprints open 2015 @Toccoa Raceway Friday & Saturday
USCSlogo2013.jpgAtlanta, GA – March 23, 2015 - The 4th annual “Toccoa Tangle” is set for Friday, March 27th and Saturday, March 28th at the historic Toccoa Raceway in Toccoa, Georgia. The huge two-day racing event at the freshly re-modeled unique 5/16 mile D-shaped northeast Georgia raceway is co-headlined by twoof the area’s most popular racing divisions, the 120 mile per hour United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars, the popular Southeastern Late Model Sportsman Series  The two-night “Toccoa Tangle” features over 200 laps of main events in addition to qualifying races and is a true racer and fan smorgasbord of speed.
Robert Powers storms to K&N USCS MOD win in Tenn 200 Finale
USCSOWMPowers3.21.15.jpgMarch 21, 2015 - HOHENWALD, TN. – After Friday night’s Tennessee 200 event winner Matt Cooper did not return to the pit area for Saturday night’s finale, there was question as to who would rise to the occasion to claim the second trophy of the weekend. When the 25-lap feature was complete, however, Campbell, Missouri’s Robert Powers answered that question with a resounding statement.

Powers stormed to the lead from the K&N Filters Pole Position on the opening lap of Saturday’s Tennessee 200 finale for the K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series and withstood a last-ditch charge from Arlington, Tennessee Hot-shoe J.C. Waller to grab his first victory in USCS competition at the Tennessee National Raceway,
Taylor wires USCS 600 field in Tennessee 200 final
USCS600TAYLOR3.21.15.jpgMarch 21, 2015 - HOHENWALD, Tenn. – Over the last six months racing with the USCS 600 Sprint Car Series, Cumming, Georgia driver Brandon Taylor has had everything go wrong – from mechanical failures to blown motors to crashes not of his own making. Saturday night at Tennessee National Raceway, however, the young gun finally had something go right for him.
With a fresh motor borrowed from fellow 600 driver/crew chief Curt Schumacher, Taylor blasted from the outside of the front row to take the lead on the opening lap of the 20-lap USCS 600 sprint finale of the Tennessee 200 and never looked back, pulling out to a half track lead and wiring the field to claim his second career USCS mini-sprint triumph.

“It’s been a long road since our first one of these,” Taylor, whose previous series win came at Duck River Raceway last August, said at the end of the night in USCS Victory Lane. “It’s awesome though [to get a little redemption]. Huge thanks to Curt Schumacher and Bobby Zaiontz for helping us out with the motor tonight, if it weren’t for them we wouldn’t have been able to do this.”
Wright is “Right” in “Tennessee 200” prelim at Tennessee National on Friday night
USCS600Wright3.20.15.jpgMarch 20, 2015 - HOHENWALD, Tenn. – After a 2014 USCS season that was less-than-stellar by his own admission, Gallatin, Tenn. Hot Shoe Eric Wright shook off his gremlins and swept back into Victory Lane.

Wright bested an 18-car field during Friday night’s preliminary USCS 600 Sprint Series feature at Tennessee National Raceway to notch the win in the season opener for the USCS-sanctioned micro sprint series and break a winless drought dating back to 2012.
Matt Cooper unstoppable again at TNR “Tennessee 200” in Friday Prelim
USCSOWMCooper3.20.15.jpgMarch 20, 2015 - Hohenwald, TN – There was simply no stopping Matt Cooper on Friday night at Tennessee National Raceway. Cooper, a former two-time race winner at the Tennessee 200, added a third race win to his credit during preliminary action for the 2015 edition of the event in dominating fashion – by setting the K&N Filters Fast Time (14.50 seconds), leading every lap of his heat race, starting on the K&N Filters Pole Position and then running off to wire the field during the 25-lap season opener for the K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series.
Tire rule EXCEPTION to USCS MOD rules at TN National on March 20th & 21st
Tire rule special exception for the USCS Outlaw Modified event on Friday and Saturday, March 20th and 21st at Tennessee National Raceway in Hohenwald, Tennessee: Due to the recent tire rule change at Tennessee National Raceway for the 2015 season, the following exception to the standard USCS Modified tire rules have been settled on for this one event only.

For this event only, the Hoosier A40, A40S and the H40 Modified tires will be allowed for the USCS MODIFIED division race at TN National Raceway on March 20th & 21st with NO Rear Spoiler Allowed on cars running these tires in any position.  Cars running the G60 Hoosier IMCA Stamped or unstamped G60 tires and/or AR KK704 American Racer Modified Tires Will be allowed a 6 inch rear deck spoiler in any position you wish. Tires must punch 50 DUROMETER HARDNESS on Either type tire. If you have any questions please call Pete Walton/USCS 770-865-6097.

USCS MODS and 600 Sprints headline Tennessee 200 at TN National March 20th and 21st
USCS Frostbuster @Magnolia CANCELLED for March 6th & 7th
Due to lack of co-operation during the last couple of weeks from MOTHER NATURE the 7th annual USCS "Frostbuster 250" presented by Carl Hogan Toyota (www.carlhogantoyota) at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS has been cancelled for March 6th and 7th.

The Magnolia Motor Speedway facility is already to wet for track preperartion.

Additionally, the forecast for rain on Wednesday night and once again to have sleet and ice on Thursday morning with freezing temperatures and chilly winds all day Thursday making it impossible to get the track ready for an event this weekend.

This USCS "Frostbuster "race at Magnolia has been rescheduled during the USCS Speedweek on FRIDAY, May 29th. It should be a great one then!

We apopologize for any inconvenience this has been to anyone, but, you coukldn't be anymore frustrated than we are!

The USCS "Fall Brawl" at Magnolia Motor Speedway is set for Friday and Saturday, November 6th and 7th and both Kenny Wallace and Ken Schrader have posted preliminary entries for that event to race again in the K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series BOTH NIGHTS. Details on all divisions for that event will be released when the USCS returns on Friday, May 29th for the "Frostbuster" during their Speedweek stop. 

Sprint Legend Sammy Swindell tops USCS MAG entries 3/6-3/7

Atlanta, GA - February 27, 2015 – Three-time World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Champion and sprint car racing legend Slammin’Sammy Swindell tops the entry list for the United Sprint Car Series 2015 season opener when the series invades Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi for the sprint car portion of the 7th annual "Frost Buster 250" presented by Carl Hogan Toyota ( ) to kick off its 2015 season on Friday and Saturday, March 6th and 7th. Although he lives just three hours away in Germantown, Tennessee, it will be his first ever appearance at Magnolia Motor Speedway.

Gray, Turpen + top drivers honored @USCS Champions Awards Banquet
USCSBanquetgrouplogos1.24.15.jpgAtlanta, GA - January 29, 2015 - Just fewer than one hundred attendees watched as the “Bartlett Bullet” Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee was honored for his eleventh United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Championship this past Saturday at the 18th annual and the 2014 USCS Champions Awards Banquet in Roswell, Georgia. The veteran sprint car driver made two visits to the USCS victory lane as the series feature winner at 411 Motor Speedway on May 2nd and at Lavonia Speedway on July 17th. Gray didn’t lead the season in the win column, but, had over 30 finishes in the top five during the series 35 dirt and paved oval events. Gray also collected the Championship trophy and check for both the USCS Mid South Thunder regional and Southern Thunder regional series point’s battles.

Gray’s team-mate and the 2010 USCS Rookie of the Year, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee, was the only female sprint car competitor near the top of the USCS standings. Turpen had a stellar season with a Championship in the USCS “Road to Atlanta” Hoosier Asphalt Series with a win at Southern National Motorsports Park on April 26th and four top five finishes in the five-event pavement mini-series. Turpen, who grabbed her career fifth and sixth USCS career feature wins during the 2014 season additionally collected runner-up honors in the National title chase as well as the USCS Mid South and Southern regional series. She was also honored as one of only forty drivers who received multiple votes in the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 sprint car driver of the Year 2014 poll.
USCS Sprint + 600 Banquet at Andretti's on Jan. 24, 2015
AndrettiKarting1.jpgAtlanta, GA – December 27, 2014 - The 2014 season awards banquet for both the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Championship and the K&N Filters USCS Mid South Thunder Tour, Southern Thunder Tour and "Road to Atlanta" Hoosier Asphalt regional sprint car series awards will be held on Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 12:30pm at Andretti Indoor Karting and Games located in the Atlanta suburb of Roswell, Georgia. Additionally recognized at the 2014 USCS National banquet for the Atlanta, Georgia based sanctioning body will be the top drivers in the USCS 600 Sprint Car Series National Championship and both the USCS 600 Mid South and the Southern Lightning regional series.

Andretti Indoor Karting and Games is a state of the art entertainment facility. "Everyone who attended the banquet at Andretti’s the three times we have been there had so much fun that we decided to return" said USCS President, Pete Walton. "The place is just first class and really great!" concluded Walton.
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